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For example, I want to take a 4-bit pin A and find a way to split it into 4 1-bit wires to it is functionally the same as the B pins. Also, how would I scale this up to a 16-bit pin for 16 1-bit wires. Once again, this is in Logisim version 3.8.0. I would like to do this using only non-advanced components from gates, plexers, and arithmetic if possible.

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    – greybeard
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The Splitter component in the wiring folder can accomplish this

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